Faculty Resources

This page is designed to give you quick, easy access to a variety of resources and information sources across the College and University. Have suggestions for additional links? Email us.

Calendars
CAP Documents
Computing, Document Support
Forms and Policies – Faculty Administration
Forms and Policies – Procurement, Requisitions, Reimbursements, Etc.
Reference Guide, Lists
Research Support, News
Space Requests
Special Programs
Teaching Resources
University Resources
Women in Arts and Letters

Calendars

Submit an event to the Arts and Letters calendar

Computing, Document Support

CAP Documents (restricted access)

  • Find the latest CAP documents through the Office of the Provost.

Forms, Policies – Faculty Administration

  • Form P (.pdf)
    Note: You must copy this two-page form onto a one-page, two-sided document before submitting.

Forms, Policies – Procurement, Requisitions, Reimbursements

Note: Additional forms can be found on the Controller’s website.

Space Requests

Reference Guide, Lists

Research Support, News

Special Programs

Teaching Resources

University Resources

Women in Arts and Letters


Key Contacts


Faculty Teaching Grants

Interested in getting funds to support cultural excursions and academic experiences that enhance teaching and student learning beyond the classroom? Check out the Teaching Beyond the Classroom Guidelines, the TBC Small Grant Application and the Teaching Beyond the Classroom Mid-Size & Major Grant Application

Want to share a meal with your students? Check out the Table Talk Form and Table Talk Reimbursement Step-by-Step Instructions. Faculty needing meal tickets to share a meal at one of Notre Dame’s dining halls can pick up the tickets from Brenda Teshka in the Office for Undergraduate Studies at 104 O’Shaughnessy.

Arts and Letters News

  • New Book Sheds Light on Education of Muslim Youth

    Ebrahim E

    A new book by Notre Dame professor Ebrahim Moosa offers an expansive introduction to madrasas, the most common kind of religious schools in the Islamic world. “I wrote this book for those who are curious and eager to know what exactly transpires in these institutions,” said Moosa, professor of Islamic Studies and author of What Is a Madrasa?, recently published by the University of North Carolina Press.“I see myself as a translator between the world inside the walls of the madrasa and those on the outside. Read More >

  • English Ph.D. Student Explores Digital Potential in Humanities Research

    Douglas Duhaime

    Douglas Duhaime, Ph.D. student in Notre Dame’s Department of English, is busy expanding the possibilities of humanities research in the digital realm. Very busy. While embarking upon a dissertation project that will use computational models to improve our understanding of early modern book culture, Duhaime has also taken a position with ProQuest, a global information content and technology company, to develop a text and data mining service for researchers. Read More >

  • Division of Student Affairs Honors Exceptional Student Leaders

    The golden dome

    The University of Notre Dame’s Division of Student Affairs recognized seven students at the annual Student Leadership Awards Banquet on Tuesday, March 31, six of whom majored in the College of Arts and Letters. Another award winner will be honored at the Graduate School Awards Ceremony on Friday, May 15. These annual awards recognize current students who have made exceptional contributions to the Notre Dame community. Read More >

  • Video: Meet Medieval Studies Graduate Student Katie Bugyis

    Katie Bugyis

    “Women religious have tended to get pigeonholed in certain way, that either they were only praying the monastic hours or maybe just caring for their own, pastorally speaking, but they were doing much more than that,” said Katie Bugyis, a Ph.D. candidate in medieval studies through the University of Notre Dame’s Medieval Institute. Read More >